Plymouth County Water Works Association members collaborate to contribute value to new regulations and products that impact water quality.
Members continue to proudly serve Plymouth, Bristol, Norfolk, and Barnstable counties since 1958.
Please review the latest draft of the MA Drought Management Plan-Draft 01-19, prepared by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Water Resources Commission. Changes from the current Drought Management Plan include drought indices, communication strategies, and drought preparedness and response actions. If your water system uses the drought declarations for water restrictions in […]
In response to a 2018.10.28 CLF MA_PFAS_Petitionby the Conservation Law Foundation and the Toxics Action Center, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection held a January 16, 2019 public hearing to receive testimony from stakeholders and interested parties on moving forward with regulations for per and polyfluoroalkly substances (PFAS). Currently Massachusetts has an Office of Research […]
The Massachusetts Water Works Association has set forth its legislative priorities for the 2019 sessions of the Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives, with the filing of the following bills: An Act to require the disclosure of lead in water pipes—House Docket 3403/Senate Docket 36—Sponsors: Representative Carolyn Dykema; Senator Jason Lewis—This bill amends the Lead […]